Fans of simplistic combat games like One Finger Death Punch can do better. Rhythm gamers will be instantly turned off by calibration issues and the lazy, generic music. TRRT is still in Early Access, but fixes need to be put in place to save this game.
Maize isn’t just good it’s a-maize-ing, packing plenty of humour into an incredibly paced game. Even if it is a little on the short side.
We did it, we reached Episode 200! We never thought we’d make it this far and so to celebrate we’re doing something a little bit different.
Train Sim World: Founders Edition on Xbox One certainly gets off the a smoother start that CSX Heavy Haul did on PC. But it is not entirely without fault.
This week Mike and Kieran discuss new releases like Kirby: Star Allies, Sea of Thieves, Northgard, Hardback and more!
Mike and Kieran gather again to talk about Mike’s continued love of racing in Gravel and TT Isle of Man and Kieran’s newfound love of golf in Everybody’s Golf and Golf Story.
Refreshingly simple gameplay mixed with a charming artstyle makes Epic Tavern a sparkling early access title with a promising future.
This week, Mike travels the Steep road to the Olympic games, Paul steals some VHS players out the back of a truck in Need for Speed Payback and Kieran loses repeatedly online in Dragonball Fighterz (but hey, at least he tried?) Not to mention we also played a bunch of Board Games, so listen to us talk about Secrets, Flee, Rising Sun and more!
In Anime Fighting games, there’s a correlation between bizarre names, and good gameplay. The more bizarre the name, the better the game. Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] does not buck this trend.
Mike and Kieran join forces this week to invade Japan, only for a shocking betrayal to take place leaving one of them defeated…Also we played some Final Fantasy Dissidia, Rising Sun, Dinosaur Island and more!